# Algebra

Ali has been given a list of
6
bands and asked to place a vote. His vote must have the names of his favorite and second favorite bands from the list. How many different votes are possible?

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1. if a is the favorite, there are five choices for b. Yet instead of a, there are six choices for first, and five for second.

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